|The audience seemed to love the show, here are some of them in the interval enjoying a hot drink or cold beer.|
The 2012 live music act means that small venues, or would-be venues, are now able to host live music events without too much bother. (The M.U. have some fab advice and downloadable kit HERE for those who run cafes, pubs, village halls or any other potential venue that could host a live-music show). Now, I have read some criticism of the act, including the view that this will encourage more pubs to have bands on in any particular area meaning that the potential available audience for live music in that area would be more dispersed, making things worse for musicians, venues and punters (in terms of atmosphere in the latter case). I would hope though that the act will mean more potential venues will consider it. It was certainly a huge success in this case, and honestly the best gig I have ever done in a bike shop ;)
In this case it was the stunning vocal talent of Hayley Strangelove who was in a more supportive role on this occasion, and I will return the favour on the evening of July 31st when I support both Hayley and Paul Senior in the guise of Baxter.
For the full run-down of ace talents appearing at these shop-sessions,have a look over HERE.
Thanks to Mike & his team for the videos below. Now, I must dust off my Pinarello!
Other blogs about this event;
Read The Cycle Junction's own blog HERE.
Read Grateful Fred's blog HERE.
|Hayley and Paul, 'back-stage' and back soon as "Baxter".|